Venice Biennale Finnish Pavilion

Pitzhanger Manor – Walpole Park, PM Gallery

Reason & Intuition – Alvar Aalto & Ola Kolehmainen in Soane

Finnish art, architecture, design and photography fills Soane’s dream house this summer

This summer, the art, architecture and design of Finland will be celebrated in London. The exhibition brings together the finest works of an acknowledged great of international modernist architecture and design and three collections of images by an acclaimed Finnish photographer.

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1407 Broadway, NYC

Space Forward Ideas Competition

May 15, 2014: submission deadline

1407 Broadway, a premier building in Times Square South undergoing a dramatic transformation with extensive building renovations and an image repositioning, has launched an architecture contest inviting designers to create the ideal work environment – with $14,000 for the winning design.

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EGE Regional Headquarters

EGE Regional Headquarters Singapore

EGE Regional Headquarters
A Courtyard in a Skyscraper

The new EGE Carpets Regional Headquarters office space in Singapore is encircled by an amazing panoramic view of the city centre stretching from the port in the south to the conservation quarters in the east.

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Mogno

Mario Botta – Architect

Exhibition Spans Career of Acclaimed Architect Mario Botta

Considered one of the century’s most fundamental contributors to postmodern classicism, Swiss architect Mario Botta is respected particularly for his sensitivity to regional vernacular and to the building’s relationship with the land. He is the designer of the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art – the only commissions he has accepted in the USA.
The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art presents the exhibition Mario Botta: Architecture and Memory January 31 through July 25, 2014.

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Cliff House

Cliff House – Washington Residence

Design: Scott Allen, Olson Sundberg Kunding Allen (OSKA) Architects

Tucked against the wall of a natural cliff and right on the water’s edge in Gig Harbor, Washington, this project answered the unique challenges of its site. The footprint for the new structure replaces an old guest house and boathouse, and was limited in its size by an agreement through a regulatory process.

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Living Wall

Living Wall Biofilter in Toronto

Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects

A Canadian invention that improves indoor air quality and reduces a building’s energy costs turns ten years old this spring. The living wall biofilter – an installation of tropical plants adorning office, academic, commercial and civic buildings – is a sustainable design response to create a healthy indoor environment and lower the carbon footprint.

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